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Karen Wade

Why self-driving cars remain more science fiction than future - 0 views

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    This commentary poses some interesting ethical questions regarding self-driving cars and some of the decisions they might have to make.
Ruth Cuadra

9 benefits of blending biomimicry and the built environment - 0 views

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    Studies have shown that people who go outside often are happier, healthier and more creative than those who do not - meaning that integrating outdoor experiences into your design process can give your creativity a boost.
Ruth Cuadra

Social network Gaption pays for your content - 1 views

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    Users don't need to do anything different - they share updates, photos, and links, except they're monetizing the time they spend on the social network. -- Social media plus marketplace seems to be something new.
Ruth Cuadra

ucresearch: The Augmented Reality Sandbox  The... | Applied Technotopia - 1 views

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    A science center interractive of the future? Note that it's built with "off-the-shelf parts and good ol' playground sand."
Ruth Cuadra

Will Future Technology Create More Jobs Than It Replaces? - 0 views

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    "Whether AI does or does not become the nightmare of some science fiction, we are certain it will have fundamental impacts on the nature of work, worldwide. And the world needs to think seriously about this now, because it may take a generation or more to make serious changes necessary to improve our work-technology future prospects," says Jerome Glenn, CEO of The Millennium Project.
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    i think work technology would be practise with intelligence, it is an imperative for the future generation
Ruth Cuadra

As Uber And Lyft Drivers Fight For Employee Status, Others Look Down The Driverless Road - 0 views

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    Once an up-and-coming trend, ride sharing a la Uber and Lyft may be put out to pasture by driverless cars. The world is moving very rapidly.
Ruth Cuadra

Stanford's ResearchKit app gained more users in 24 hours than most medical studies find... - 0 views

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    Here's a game-changer. according to Stanford researchers it would typically take a year to get 10,000 people enrolled in a medical study. With Apple's new app called MyHeart Counts, 11,000 iPhone users signed up for one study in one day!
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